Classes at the moment in the classroom are postponed due to Covid 19, see Zoom art. These classes are integrated that are suitable from the absolute beginner to the more experienced artist. We teach practical, visual skills with demonstrations and step by step tuition, that are all optional which give those who prefer to continue with there own project with guidance. These lessons cover drawing techniques, pastels, painting skills & techniques in water colour, acrylic & oils, mixed media and much more!

  • We also offer a flexible register that allows you to break your weeks up to suit you!
  • A taster session – try before you buy
  • FFAF materials available to use if you don’t want to purchase you own @ £6 x month

TUESDAYS  10.00am – 12.30pm paid in four weekly blocks @ £

TUESDAYS  13.00pm – 15.30pm paid in four weekly blocks @£

WEDNESDAYS 10.00am – 12.30pm paid in four weekly blocks @£

ART MATERIALS REQUIRED – but you don’t need all the items on the list!!!

You can purchase your own or use FFAF materials @£6.00 extra per month excluding canvases /papers.

Art materials can be purchased from us if you haven’t the time to shop.

  • Apron/old shirt (not advisable to wear best cloths!)
  • Pencils HB 3B 6B , Eraser & sharpener but not necessary – use FFAF
  • Sketch pad – A4 FFAF have plenty of sketching paper free!
  • Water colour pad for water colour if that’s your choice –good quality make 300grm NOT ( slightly textured)
  • Canvases for Acrylics & Oils if that’s your choice– Box , boards to suit your needs
  • Brushes – various depends on the medium chosen – will chat about these
  • Easel – box easels are great as you can carry all materials contained within the box, if you prefer to work more in an upright position
  • Paints – your choice 
  • Mixing palette or water colour field box
  • 4mm hard board or mdf for water colour & pastels– size to suit your paper + 8cms or more all the way round

Please don’t worry if you forget something – we have it!





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